Buyers are busy snapping up entry-level homes in Fairfield County

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Entry-level houses in Fairfield County are selling fast — though the definition of “entry-level” varies by town, the Daily Voice Plus reported. Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices New England CEO Candace Adams told the outlet that entry-level houses throughout the county are “selling quickly with multiple offers,” but Scott Elwell, Douglas Elliman’s senior executive regional manager of Westchester and Connecticut, noted that the descriptor “means different things to different people.” Despite lower mortgage rates, confidence among the nation’s homebuilders fell this month. But while starter homes in New York City are now something of a non-starter, in Fairfield County they’re still a thing, even if the market isn’t exactly standardized when it comes to pricing. “Greenwich and Wilton have very diverse offerings,” Elwell told the DVP. “A condo in Greenwich can go for $500,000, while houses in Wilton can go for similar pricing.” [DVP]